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Granulocytes (55-80%) are 46.1, lynphocytes (25-40%) are 47.7 other lynphocytes (1.2-3.2 Gpt /L) are 3.3. She feels healthy. What does this signify?
My granulocyte number is 7.0 and the granulocyte percentage is on the high side at 78.4. Does this mean anything worrisome?
Unlikely concern: Your Granulocyte numbers are slightly high . This can happen due to infections. You should give us the complete report of your CBC in order to give a more clear picture. If the WBC count is >10,00 and you have no fever or recent infections, then I would be concerned and ask you to repeat your blood counts(CBC) and make sure that there is no further increase in your WBC counts. ...Read more
Need big picture: White cell percentages are meaningless apart from other information. You will make your search for health far more difficult if you focus on labs, though this does suggest something's amiss. Is your absolute granulocyte count high, your absolute lymphocyte count low, or both? If neither, the % is probably meaningless. With petechiae, are your platelets low (rule out lupus?). ...Read more
Don't worry: A granulocyte is a blood cell that fights infection. You have a large percentage of them in your blood all the time. It could just be a random finding to see an immature one. It could also be that you have an infection causing a recent increase in the number and type of cells that fight infection. Follow up with your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Blood cells: These are types of white blood cells, part of the immune system. Basophils are present in very low concentrations, so it would be very unusual to have too low a basophils count. But granulocytes are the most predominant wbc, abd can be low for many reasons. Too many to enumerate here, but medications, certain problems such as lupus, etc. A hematologist can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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